Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Gets New Trailer Featuring the Music by Joe Hisaishi

Bandai Namco released another video of Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, and this time it's all about the fantastic music by Joe Hisaishi.

on February 13, 2018 5:50 PM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a new trailer for the upcoming JRPG by Level-5 Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom.

The video pairs beautiful footage of the game with a special behind-the-scenes discussion about the music by legendary Composer Joe Hisaishi.

Appropriate to the game’s roots, Hisaishi-sensei is well-known for having composed the score of most of Studio Ghibli’s most successful anime films. Of course, he also created the score of the first Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch.

You can watch the video below. If you want to see more,  you can also check out another trailer from yesterday showing the city of Goldpaw, our recent hands-on preview, details on the battle system, another gameplay trailer focusing on combat the latest batch of 4K screenshots in Englishmore screenshots from the Japanese version of the gamea video featurette focusing on the characters, another from December about the kingdom builder feature itself, a longer gameplay video showcasing the skirmish modeanother semi-recent gameplay clip focusing on boss battles, one more gallery of screenshot and artwork, a trailer from the same series as this one focusing on animation and visuals, and another trailer featuring the Japanese voice actors.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom will release for PS4 and PC on March 23rd, 2018.

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